Daniel I. Neveloff, Esq. of The Neveloff Law Firm, PC, proudly serves as trial counsel to Derek Smith Law Group. With almost 30 years of litigation experience, Daniel brings a consistent track record of positive results for his clients. In his most notable case, Daniel obtained an $8 million jury verdict on behalf of a public-school teacher in a civil rights case against the City of New York. The City’s highest offer during this contentious trial was $150,000. Never one to shy away from a challenge or “difficult” case, on another matter, a client presented his claims with the introduction “Mr. Neveloff, I’ve spoken to five other lawyers and no one will take my case. You’ve got to help me.” Daniel saw a different legal angle to the case and after extensive depositions and discovery, obtained a $225,000 settlement.
As a native New Yorker, Daniel relates well to our diverse clients and New York jurors alike. He’s traveled the world and has hiked to Machu Picchu, hot air ballooned in Turkey and Mexico City, paraglided over Rio de Janeiro, and camped in the Sahara Desert in Morocco. An avid guitarist, Daniel has also played guitar with Rockin’ 1000, “the biggest rock band on earth,” in stadiums located in Paris, Florence, Milan, and Frankfurt. His constant curiosity and fascination with different cultures consistently reaffirm his respect and appreciation for both the differences and commonality of humankind. This outlook serves as an asset throughout the litigation process.
Daniel’s cases have been reported in the New York Daily News, New York Post, New York Law Journal and on WPIX and WCBS News. He has been recognized by Super Lawyers. He was recognized in the top 5% of lawyers in New York and has acted as a judge for Yale University’s mock trial competition.
New York, State and in the Federal Court’s having been qualified to practice in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York and the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York. Daniel has also argued cases before the Appellate Division, Supreme Court of New York.